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Cam oil restrictors

Anyone have any opinions on using these in a turbo motor? Could they result in too much flow to the turbo, and subsequent issues with the turbo and/or scavage system???

Thanks!!

Pat K
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Old 06-11-2007, 11:24 AM
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I am not a turbo expert, but Henry Schmidt uses them on every single engine he builds. There is a thread in the engine rebuild forum with some good info.
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Maybe you and I could install them on my 930 and if the motor throws the chains and the cams go south...we can rebuild it. I would like to see a bump in oil pressure. Try out your new floor jack?

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Sounds good to me Bob, but you can't blame me or the restrictors if your chain goes. I have nothing to do with your failing tensioners...
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Rebuilt 2.7 with full ARP, 9:1 CR.
SSI, GHL, ER polybronze bushings, finned oil lines.
Lowered and corner balanced. CIS retired, now PMOs!
'65 912 slate gray sunroof (driving project)
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